Aussie Pet Mobile

30 05, 2021

Aussie Pet Mobile: Senior Dogs Get a New Leash on Life

2021-05-30T21:44:54-04:00May 30th, 2021|Tags: , , , |

When Ana Allison started her Aussie Pet Mobile franchise more than 10 years ago, one of her top priorities was to give back. With a soft spot in her heart for older dogs, she discovered the ideal charitable opportunity in Old Dog Haven. By Lizzy Yeserski


1 01, 2021

Aussie Pet Mobile: Turning a Struggling Business Around

2021-01-01T17:48:03-05:00January 1st, 2021|Tags: , , , |

When Jeff Lichterman took ownership of a Nashville Aussie Pet Mobile franchise in 2017, he had no groomers, a fleet of four vans in various states of disrepair and an almost non-existent roster of clients. Lichterman was already running a successful Aussie Pet Mobile in Memphis and he poured all his energy into turning around the struggling enterprise in Nashville. By Jessica Jones


31 10, 2020

Success Has No Boundaries

2020-10-31T16:03:21-04:00October 31st, 2020|Tags: , , |

As owners of a pet store in Caracas, Venezuela, Alex Sanchez and Joanne Arvelaez not only knew how to run a successful business, but they also had a broad knowledge base about the pet industry. Despite their expertise, however, they found they were not immune to the economic downturn that rippled throughout their home country.  By Rochelle Miller


7 07, 2020

Thriving as Partners in Both Marriage and Business

2020-08-07T16:00:19-04:00July 7th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

James and Frank Boswell have been successful as partners not only in marriage but also in business. James, an active serviceman in the U.S. Navy, and Frank, a professional interpreter for the deaf, are also franchise owners. The couple owns and operates three pet-grooming units in the Houston area for Aussie Pet Mobile.  By Rochelle Miller


31 05, 2020

Success on the road to business ownership is paws-able

2020-05-31T10:45:32-04:00May 31st, 2020|Tags: , , , |

Pet lovers want the best for their pets, but let’s face it, taking a dog or cat to the groomer can be a time-consuming inconvenience. Dropping off Fido, waiting around for a call announcing the pup is ready, and then rushing to pick him up before the shop closes, can tie you up for an entire day. By Rochelle Miller